According to the Express,
The London side are suffering from a growing injury list this season, but Kieran Gibbs will face Stoke, so he will replace Nacho Monreal, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could keep his place with Theo Walcott to miss the game.
Arsenal are in fine form of late. Back-to-back league wins, and four victories from their last six Premier League games has seen them climbing up the table in the last few weeks. On Saturday, they face a Stoke City side who have already lost three home games, and three Premier League outings on the bounce in Mark Hughes’ second season.
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